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Learn how to execute your career opportunity strategy in one hour.

First, you’ll create the capturing your career opportunity strategy model

After creating capturing your career opportunity strategy model, you need to execute your strategy effectively.

In this lesson, you’ll learn how to turn your career opportunity strategy framework into choosing the right growth opportunity rapidly.

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Starting Your Search

Define Your Career Target

You’ll work to identify your deepest business interest, clarify your most important work reward values, and assess your strongest skills.

Next, you’ll find out career opportunities at your company.

You discuss with your supervisor, that way, he or she becomes aware of your career opportunity strategy and either help redefine your current role or identify potential opportunities elsewhere in the organization.

Understand Your Company’s Biggest Challenges

There are many ways to identify potential growth opportunities throughout your company.

The key is to make sure you know your company:

  • What are your company’s vision and mission
  • What is your company’s strategy
  • What are your company’s most important strategic goals
  • What is your company’s most important objective
  • What are your company’s biggest strengths and weaknesses
  • What are your company’s biggest challenges and needs

How do you think you could contribute to your company’s efforts in ways that suit your deepest interests, values and skills.

Define Your Core Skills

There are lots of ways to enhance your skills, including on-site training, distance learning, and online courses.

Before you commit to spending a lot of money and time on a new degree, do some research to make sure there isn’t a more affordable and less time-consuming way to master your skills that your new position requires.

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Identify Opportunities

Career Management Resources

Many companies have an explicit career development process in place to enable employees to explore and pursue new career opportunities.

For example, your organization might suggest that you visit its career development management center, review the job bank, and then follow the guidelines.

Build Your Network

In your company directory, identify people who do work that interests you, and get to know them.

Tell them you’re clarifying your professional career development goals, and to have a conversation with them about their work.

Cultivate Relationships with Mentors

One of the least applied career development opportunity is to cultivate relationships with mentors.

Get in touch with experts from whom you can learn, in detail about specific kinds of work, strategies for defining your career development path rapidly.

Mentors can be people who work in your organization or outside your organization, members of professional associations – anyone whose experience and knowledge you respect.

Choosing Your Right Growth Opportunity

Short-Term Opportunities

When making decisions about executing your career opportunity strategy, ask yourself the question:

How good is the fit between the position and my current skills and record in creating, delivering and capturing value

Long-Term Opportunities

When pursuing long-term career opportunities strategically,  ask yourself the following question:

What kinds of learning opportunities does this position offer me, and what is the most effective way to learn them.

As a general rule of thumb, the risk is probably too great if you want to start leading a global program without proven record executing global programs.